Xbox 360 adds Manga, MUZU apps; upgrades Aussie FOXTEL with Kinect

The Xbox 360 has added a couple new entertainment apps for your audio-visual pleasure. Starting things off, in the States, there's the Manga app, which enables users to view full length episodes, movies and clips from the Manga Entertainment catalog.

For the northern parts of North America, MUZU.TV will we available to Xbox Live customers in the United States and Canada. MUZU is a ... (*googles*) apparently, it's a music video site, with over 40,000 mini musicals on demand.

Finally, Australians have upgraded FOXTEL with Kinect functionality. The virtual controls on that stuff aren't what one would call efficient, but Kinect compatibility is still worth it for the joys of "Xbox Pause" and "Xbox Play" functionality.
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· FOXTEL. Australia

Available since 2010, FOXTEL on Xbox LIVE delivers live and on demand TV, premium movies and premium sports. Now updated with Kinect functionality, you can control your entertainment with just a wave of your hand and the sound of your voice.

· Manga Entertainment. United States

Manga Entertainment on Xbox LIVE enables fans to watch free full length episodes, movies, and clips of their favorite anime from the Manga Entertainment catalog.

· MUZU.TV. United States, Canada

MUZU.TV, the music video site, is now available on Xbox LIVE and offers nearly 40,000 music videos at your command. MUZU.TV on Xbox LIVE delivers brand new releases from the world's biggest artists, great music videos from every decade, up and coming bands and the latest music news and interviews.

We will keep you updated as more of the world's leading entertainment providers come to Xbox and additional entertainment apps and updates launch.

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*Xbox LIVE Gold membership and/or additional subscriptions/fees may be required. Kinect functionality available with select Xbox LIVE content and varies by feature and country. For additional details and availability, see

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